Overall Satisfaction with Tuskr
I mainly use Tuskr in my organization to organize and create test cases for my program. In the past, creating test cases is more complicated and can be tedious at times. This caused the employees to be discouraged in creating test cases. Tuskr added more flexibilities and more options to make the process a lot easier and smoother for the employees.
- Great GUI that shows test result in detail.
- Workload chart to point who is doing a good job at testing.
- Editor that makes creating test cases easier.
- Should expand to do more than just testing, such as coding too.
- Takes sometimes to learn.
- Pricing is good for small time, not too great for a large company.
- Make the process to create tests a lot smoother, so increase production value by reducing bugs released to customers.
- Learning curves hinders some progress at the beginning.
- Pricing is great for a small team, worth it with 30 days trial as well.
Overall, I'd say that Tuskr has a much nicer interface than Jenkins, it does a great job to show your test results and additional information regarding it (errors, warnings, etc...). Even though it does take time to learn how to use the software, it is somewhat easier to learn compared to Jenkins and has a better interface from the get-go.
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Tuskr is well suited if you need a platform to write test cases and monitor your test results. Tuskr has a well-defined GUI that allows you to easily see your test results and additional information regarding your tests. However, this software is not really suited for those who already have already created tests and utilize Jenkins. Tuskr doesn't seem to do a good job at integrating with existing software out there.